@Tessemi There is no need to be toxic. You can look up a video of the real thing's control surface actuation speed (may be hard to find a reliable video, since mirage pilots are in autopilot 90% of the time, but you can try to look for takeoff and landing vids which will show true actuation at high stick throw speeds). Alternatively, a video of the DCS module's control surfaces may be easier to find and just as good.
You will notice that just as in the video, it is quite fast. The speed may be slightly off, but it's in the ballpark. Many modern jets are like this, especially those with fly-by-wire. Contrast this to the F-14's purely mechanical hydraulic system for actuation of the control surfaces, which has a very slow speed of deflection.
I love this color. I want use this experimental livery for my Rafale M
@Tessemi The Mirage does not use flaps, but elevons. The current speed is roughly accurate to the real thing.
What kind of NOS setup are you running to get green exhaust?
@BogdanX Tessemi point it out
@Tessemi no, only the wing you see provide lift
@Tessemi no why ?
@WarHawk95 ca a toujours ete le cas... login qui merde a cause d'une connection lente... (scuse le qwerty)
@Tessemi Oh yeah let me fix that
@MethaManAircraft tu est plus très actif en ce moment sur Discord... Y'a un problème ?
dont you just love it when your old camera footage has some random floating text that says: landing gear deployed
@BoganBoganTheMan I was gonna say, y u steal nirvash's screenshot??
Je vous ai compris!
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